Fine and Performing Arts Day: November 9, 2018
This special fall event will introduces high school students to careers in the arts. Learn about our Theatre, Music, Art and Arts Administration programs. Whether your goal is to major in the arts or to participate in campus art and performance activities while majoring in another field, this is a day full of fine and performing arts related activities.
Theatre Auditions & Activity Grants
Financial assistance in the form of theatre grants is available to talented incoming theatre students. Grants for incoming students range from $2,100 to $3,500 with the possibility of yearly increases.
Auditions must be scheduled by January 31, 2019.
The Theatre Department supports the liberal arts mission of Drury University by providing basic courses designed to develop an appreciation and understanding of the contribution of theatre arts to cultural life. The department offers a major in theatre leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree. Theatre graduates are prepared to enter the profession, to pursue further study at the graduate level, or to pursue careers in other areas of endeavor.